What is LASIK?
Laser Assisted In-Situ Keratomileusis or commonly known as LASIK, was introduced during the mid-nineties. It was discovered that by cutting open a flap in the cornea and applying the excimer laser treatment beneath the flap, the initial discomfort and slower visual recovery of early PRK could be avoided. With its suck, cut, flap and zap method, LASIK quickly grew in popularity to become the household word that it is known as today.
How Does LASIK works